Friday, October 2

Motivated Moms

I've mentioned this wonderful idea before. If you've ever wondered and wanted to give it a try, GO HERE. If you've never heard of it before but you want to have your house in order pronto (with minimal pain involved) and you trust me, GO HERE. If your house is in order, you've never wondered, and you definitely don't trust me but you have $2.00 burning a hole in your paypal pocket, GO HERE. The remaining three months worth of pages are only $2.00. Great time to see what I'm gaw-gaw over.

5 comments:

Nezzy said...

Hey...It's me...your obsessively crazed cleanin' MIL. Yippee! It's Deep Clean Friday. Love it! Can I help...please...please.... Ok, I hear ya from the farm, I'll contact Cleaners Anonymous ASAP. :o)

Have a good one, Hon

Jenn said...

Woman, you need help. LOL. Love you!

Anonymous said...

Jenn, Great selection of books! Your comment about the Toni Morrison book and not reading Oprah books caught my eye. I read a few several years ago, and they were all extremely depressing/weird. The only 1 I read and liked was Night, by Elie Wiesel (sp), and I had planned on reading it anyway. It is depressing, but an excellent read about a firsthand experience of the Holocaust at the same time. I'd recommend it regardless!

Anonymous said...

btw...I don't have a google account so I had to do the anonymous...it's Sarah T. from the class of '93. :)

Jenn said...

Hey, Sarah! I agree - I liked Night. I hurt at the end though that the author had obviously not come to any peace with his past. It was very depressing, but how could such a thing not be? It was more so than any other holocaust account I've ever read though due to the author's continued bitterness. I didn't realize it was on Oprah's list or I wouldn't have read it - lol.

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